This clause confirms that the terms and conditions of employment for employees seconded to work abroad continue to be in accordance with the law of England and Wales, Northern Ireland or Scotland.
This clause confirms the normal place of work of employees during a secondment to work overseas.
This clause gives the maximum cost the company will pay to provide accommodation for an employee seconded overseas, and the employee’s obligation to maintain this accommodation in good order.
This clause details the maximum contribution the company will make to school fees for employees seconded to work abroad, and how this payment will be made.
This clause gives an employee’s job title and normal duties during a secondment overseas, and explains that these may be amended by the company as necessary.
This clause confirms that terms and conditions of employment for employees seconded overseas remain the same as those agreed prior to the secondment.
This clause details what expenses an employee seconded overseas may claim from the company, and how such claims should be made.
This clause explains an employee’s right to return to a position of no less favourable terms and conditions after a secondment abroad than the position they held before the secondment.
This clause provides an employee’s salary and its UK equivalent during a period of secondment to work abroad, and outlines how it will be paid.
This clause details annual travel to and from the UK paid for by the company for employees (and their families) seconded to work outside the UK.
This policy includes information on procedures to be followed and the rights of employees who are required to travel and work abroad for less than three months. The policy outlines visa, immigration and tax requirements and gives information on safety and security.
Reviewed 10 July 2023